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Child Labor Law.
Following are Rome of the provisions of law passed by the last legislature re garding the employment of child labor: Section 1. No child under fourteen years of age shall be employed, permit ted or suffered to work in or in connec nection with any mine, factory, work shop, mercantile establishment, store, telegraph or telephone office, laundry, restaurant, hotel, apartment house, or in the distribution or transmission of merchandise or messages. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or cor poratiou to employ any child under fourteen years of age in any such busi ness or service whatever during the hours in which the public schools of the district in which the child resides are in session, or before the hour of six o'clock in the morning, or after the hour of nine o'clock in the evening. Sec- 2. No minor who is under six teen years of age shall be employed or permitted to work at any gainful oeen pillion during the hours that the pnblic schools of the school district in which he resides are in session, unless he can read at sight and write legibly simple sentences in the English language, and has received instruction in spelling, English grammar, and geography and is familiar with the fundamental oper ations of arithmetic up to and includ ing fractions, or has similar attain ments in another langnage. Sec. 5. Whoever employs a child under sixteen years of age, and who ever, having under his control a child under snch age permits such child to be employed In violation of sections 1 and 2 of this act shall, for 6uch offense, be fined not more than fifty dollars, ana whoever continues to employ any child in violation of either of said sections of thjffact after being notified by a truant officer,probation officer or school author ity shall, for every da y thereafter that such employment continues lie"fined not less than five nor more than twenty dollars. A failure to produce to a truant officer, policeman, probation officer or school authority, the age rec ord required by this act shall be prima facie evidence of the illegal Employ ment of any person whose age record is not produced. Any parent, guardian or custodian of a minor under sixteen years of age who knowingly swears falsely as to the age of such child for the purpose of obtaining an age record, is guilty of perjury. Sec. 7. Any person, whether as par ent, guardian, employer or otherwise, and any firm or corporation, who as employer or otherwise, shall send, di rect, or cause to lie sent or directed, any minor, to any saloon, gambling house, house of prostitution or other immoral place; or who shall employ any minor to serve intoxicating liquors to oustdmers, or who shall employ a minor in handling intoxicating liquor or packages containing snch liquors in u brewery, bottling establishment or other place where such liquors are pre pared for sale or offered for sale, shall, for each offense, be punched by a fine of not less than fifty dollars or im prisonment for not less than two months or by both such fine and imprisonment. Sec. 4. The probation officer,-or in counties where there is no probation officer, one or more of the school trns - tees, shall visit the various places of employment mentioned in sections 1 and 7 of this act and ascertain whether any minors are employed therein con trary to the provisions of this act, and they shall bring complaint for offenses under this act to the attention of the prosecuting attorney for prosecution, but nothing herein shall be held to pro hibit any reputable oi iron from bring ing complaint for violations of this act. All offences under this act shall be prosecuted in the probate court. of on ly of a his Dear Old Mother. "My dear old mother, who Is now 8!i years old, thrives on Electric Blttert," writes W. B. Brunson of Dublin, (la. "Shelias taken them for about 2 yeurs a'id enjoys an excellent appetite, feels stroDg and sleeps well." That's the way Electric Bitters affect the aged, and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weakness and general debility. Weak, puny children too, are greatly strengthened by them, Gaaranteee also for stomach, liver and kidney troubles by filter Bros. Drug Store. 50c. Joe is Mistaken. Editor Examiner—My friend Joe Lewis seems to think I took undue credit on mjself in blazing trails, when i mentioned the fact thas I was a mem ber of the first party that went through the Big Horn countiv on the way to Montana in search for gold, the love for which is said to be the root of all evil. 1 merely mentioned oue incident of that journey to show what most oc cupies men's minds in their alluring search for the precious metal. I think that I can say without suc cessful contradiction that the cupidity and avarice of man for the possession of gold and its handmaiden, silver, has caused more evil in this old world than all other evils combined, Judas be trayed the Son of God for thirty pieces of silver and joined the Annanias Club and then committed suicide Solomon blazed the trail into the lain of Joplin in search of gold with wbi. h to build and adorn his tempi« and^iupport his numerous family. My friend Joe, you wjtlh 1 your geography when yon * ive to revise me tl at »'f'-V There are all Kinds of Tea Good tea— bad tea—artificially colored tea and pure tea. They may all look alike but there is a vast difference. Folger's Golden Gate Teas are pure — flavory — health Six flavors JAfblj«* 6 - (joldenCate « wit gs ful. N *h*H g»R°* -V Ceylon Engliih BreaKfait Gunpowder Oolong m , -« . - Japan Black (St Green GEYLOH- Packed flavor-tight in dust — proof cartons to protect the b h . e m«i"èr C of f t!» a r r delicate leaf from exposure. TEA iSetn Francisco J. A. Folger CEL Co. Importers of Pure Tees is as a in or im in - of 1 and the pro act. be the Bozeman trail traversed any part of the trail made by I.ewis and Clark in theii journey to the Pacific coast in 1805, The nearest point the Bozeinan trail approached the Lewis and Clark trail was 70 miles above the three forks of the Missouri river, where the former trail crossed the Gallatin river. Lewis and Clark SDent their first winter on the journey with the Mandait Indians in Dakota the acquaintance of the Indian woman. Sacajawea, and employed her as a guide in their journey west. The Missouri river had blazed a trail to its three forks-the Gallatin, Madison and Jefferson rivers. At this point thev struck due west and crossed the mail divide near Helena, Montana. From this point is where a guide was most needed nnd this simple Indian woman guided them through hostile tribes atul dangers unseen until they artived at the Pacific ocean. In conclusion I will say that I made claim to being a trail blazer, for 1 have never gone anywhere in my life but where some white man had blazed the trail ahead, and I expect when 1 shuffle off to And the trails blazed ahead of me and the only question will lie which trail to choose. Here they made n J. L. Underwood. A Criminal Attack on au inoffensive citizen 1» frequently inaile In that apparently unclean little tube called the "appendix," It'« general ly the result of protracted consttpat'ori. following liver torpor. Hr. King's Now Life 1*111» regulate the liver, prevent ap pendicitis, and establish regular habite of the bowele, 25c at Rlter Rroe. Drug ■Store. Notice to Sheep Men. The following is the inspection line between summer and winter ranges in Bear Lake county: Commencing at a point where the O. S. L. railway intersects the Bear Lake Lake county line, thence following the O. S. L. railway to Montpelier, thence following the county road via Paris to theUtali line. According to law, all sheep must be inspected before crossing this line and for violation of same, owners and per sons in charge lay themselves liable to a fine of $850. All owners are warned not to cross this line without holding a clean certif icate and are requested to notify the sheep inspector in time so he can in spect their sheep without any delay at the line. Sheep will be inspected not only for scabbies, but for contagious Foot Boot, and either disease uniat lie eradicated before a certificate is issued. 8!i (la. yeurs feels way the of also All sheep owners are requested to no tify the inspector at once if they have any symptoms of Foot Root among their sheep, that it may be eradicated on the summer range and not cause de lay or congestion of sheep along the in spection line. Jas. W. Davis, Sheep Inspector for Bear Lake County. G. E. Norlk, State Veterinarian. Notice of Stockholders' Meeting. Joe when mem to love all oc suc of has than be pieces Club Joplin build his Notice is hereby giveu that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Bonneville Copper Mining Co. will be held at 3 he company's office in Mont pelier, Idaho, on F-iiday, Nov. I, 1907 at the hour of 2 o'clock p- m. of said day. Attest: Titos. 8. Enos, Sec'y, ' W. A. HUF.F, President. Loggers Wanted. To cut. skid and hanl logs at Worm Creek steam saw mill. For particulars inquire of Robt. Price, Paris, Idaho, or Charles R Humphreys at the mill. Quinsy. Sprains A Swelling Cured "lo November, 1901,1 caught cold and had the quinsy. My throat was swollen so 1 could hardly breathe. I ap plied Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it gave me relief in a short time, in two days I was ull right." says Jra. L. Oeua Ins of Otterburn, Mich. Pain Balm Is a liniment and Isesiieclally valuable for sprains and swellings. For sale by filter Bros, drug store. Chamberlain's revise tl at and wife of effect od who ed sale am I say, tins 1900. 'JS. his of, of KIRK'S (Their Own Process) Jap Rose Soap Transparent TOILET It Is transparent—so ou can read clear y through It lathers freely In all kinds ol water. F in hard water Its strong est point. 9-27 It. or use - , Women say there is nothing to equal It for J l/VJlSllilKI f tlC hair mK « _ ■ j-_ Made lrom the Whitest» 4 E urest and best vegeta le oils — oils that you Cat COU VOlo . ft S fWlCe me Size ana less than one-hall the cost of any brand ot real ly good transparent soap. at ». L t, CHICAGO tl THE JOKE WAS ON HER. Comparison Made by Woman Lawyer Left Opening for Opponent. A woman member of the bar in New York gives the following corre spondence with the reservation that no names shall be quoted: "I am one of the few women," she says, "who can see a joke even If aimed at myself. I do not feel that In this case I came off first best." The letter was from a man law»-- and was as follows: "Dear Mir, agree to the compromise as promised In your favor of this date. Not be cause your client has a just right to such settlement, but from the fact that we do not care to open a contest with a woman lawyer." To which the reply was sent: "Gentlemen: 1 note yours agreeing to a settlement, although I cannot congratulate you on your gallantry in begging the ques tion. Like the original Adam, you seem inclined to hide behind a wom an's petticoat." And the following letter closed the correspondence: "Dear Miss Blank: If you will turn to the early pages of Genesis you will discover that Eve did not wear a petticoat." We •»nk: in be Coyote Universally Despised. The coyote Is a creature without a friend, an ishmaelite whom men and animals have combined in despising, the ideal thief and vagabond of the animal world, this gray gaunt figure head of the western world still sur vives. as much the owner of his em pire as he was in the days when his ancestors looked with cock-eared as tonishment and staccato exclamations upon thé expedition of Lewis and Clark feeling its way slowly across ' that trans-MIssouprl wilderness whose future was then undreamed.—Outing Magazine. or cold was ap it two For Women and Secrets. She—1 see the Russian secret serv ice employs more than G.000 women He—Well, 1 don't know of any* country where secrets leak out more thau In Russia—Yonkers Statesman. FULL LINE OF PIPES AND TOBACCO ♦ ♦ ♦ -Always in Rtock The Celebrated Quaker Maid Rye, and Crystal Brook Bourbon. ♦ ♦ ♦ e ♦ ♦ THE SOLO CLUB, ♦ ♦ » ♦ ♦ e DOUGLAS BROS. Props. ♦ 4 ♦ ♦ Idaho. ♦ Montpelier, ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ We Carry the Famous l Clitus, Smoker, F. C. A. 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Notice is h.reby given that William H. Lind say, ior anil in behalf ot the heirs of George It. Lindsay, deei tins fills) noti eommututionproof in support of his claim, v Homestead Entry No. 10719 made Februar; 1900. forth« HE. 1 ;, Section 30, Township 13 S. Range 4n K. It. M. and that said proof will be made before De Meade Austin, U. S. Commis sioner, at ids office, at Paris, Idaho, on October 'JS. 1907. lie names the following w itnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, vis: George H. Cook of Dingle, Idaho: Henry Cook of Dingle, Idaho: Robert Hanks of Montpelier, Idaho: John H. Grimmett ot Paris, Idaho. HENRY W. KIEFER. Register. Lake County, Idaho, used, of Be •c of his intention to make final iz: ! 9-27 NOTICE EOll PUBLICATION. Deportment of the Interior. Land office at Hlackfuot, Idaho, Sept. 30, 1907 , Notice Is hereby given that Harrison P. Tip p^ts of Georgetown, Idaho has filed notice of J ills intention to make final five years proof in support of hl» claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 7810 mode November 24, 1900, for the Lots 8 and 4 Sebtion 19, Township 11 S. Range 44 E, and F.K HER See. 24. Tp. 11 t>,'Range 43 E. and that -«Id proof «ill lie made before DeMeade Ans tin, U. S. Commissioner, at his office, Mont peler, Idaho, on November 13, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, und cultivation of, the land, viz: J. W. Tippetts. J. M . Tippets, Huns Sorensen and Maurice Tippets, ail of Georgetown, Idaho, HENRY W. KIEFER, Register. Oct. 4 -L in am at this as be to fact 1 on you turn you wear fifes* We . Are Your Hands Tied? Does lack of education prevent you from advan cing, and obtaining a higher salary ? Thousands have already doubled or largely increased their salaries by following our plan. We can help you qualify at home, in spare time, and at small expense, for any of the fol lowing positions : a and the sur em his as and across whose Mechanical, Electrical, Stiem, CM, er Mietet Engineer; Drifts*«; Architect; leek keeper Stenographer; Skev-Cirl Writer; Win lo» Cr euer; er hi Writer. ' Write TODAY, stating which posi tion interests you, to serv In INTERNATIONAL Correspondence Schools . Bex m. SCRANTON. PA. v o> eau. es eta mm. umuititnh If K GROVE LIVERY STABLE * JEWETT & DOWNING, Props Does a General Livery and Feed Business Teams for Commercial men a Specialty DRAYAGE IN CONNECTION L. Agents for Peacock Rock Springs Coal PHONE 14-k JOSEPH H. DENIO Life Insurance Fire Insurance Collections Office in Court House Phone 27 Paris Idaho THUS. » . GLENN, Altorney-at-Law Montpelier, daho. -D. FOLLICK - Contractor & Builder Estimates furnished for Wood, Brick and Stone Structures PHONE 40z riontpelier, Idaho * WHY STAND near A HOT STOVE . to do your ironing when you can do it better with an ELECTRIC IRON ^Our regular price on the best iron made is Ê i $ 5.00 CITIZEN'S ELECTRI SUPPLY CO. [We have everything elec ) itrical 3F 3F »knnyTrinonrirMTrwl Alias Summons In the Justice Court of Montpelier Precinct. Countv ot Dear Lake, State of Idaho. John R. Brennan and M J. Davis, partners Brennan & Davis, Plaintiffs VS. O. R. Foster, Defendant. The State of Idaho sends greeting to 0. E Foster, Defendant: as You ore hereby summon**,! to appear before me at my office in Montpelier, in the County of Bear Lake, and State of Idaho, on the 7th day of November. 1907, at 10 o'clock a. m.. In nil action brought against you by said plaintiffs t. mswer the complaint of the above named plaintiffs. Said action is brought to from you the sum of Forty and 36-100 dollars tue and owing from yon to plaintiffs, being a >al»nee of account for goods and merchandise sold and delivered to you by said plaintiffs, at Montpelier, Idaho, as more particularly appears from the complaint on «le herein, a copy ot which Is served herewith and made a part here of, and you ore hereby warned that judgment to appear and answer. f o u ie sheriff or any constable ot said county ulke "egal .ervire and due return hereof Given under my hand this »th da-of Augun «Wb Thomas barrett Justice of the Peact' T. L. GLENN Mt> for plaintiff» recover ' »30 51 KK«KKKMKKKKKKK*K * v * n K ...GO TO -- If K ARNOLD'S if If If « « And See the New If « * <* if : SANITARY FEED BAGS k * v « « « ; If If If K * L. G. VINCENT FURN. GO. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING A SPECIALTY Coroner Bear Lake County Montpelier Phone 3 -x Idaho Dr. H. BE.GKSTROM LEADING DENTIST Stock and Produce taken in Ex ciiange for Dental work. MONTPELIER, IDAHO D'Orr Poynter, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON All call« promptly attended to. Office hours: 10 to 12 in. and 2 to 4 p. m Offices over Modern Pharmacy in Bren nan Block. WOMTPEL1ER IDAHO G. T. SniTH / Dental Surgeon Offices in Brennan & Davis B1 MONTPELIER |*HO dr. d. j. surm*. DENTIST. All Modem Methods of Dentistry. Offices in Brennan & Davis block. Hours 8 to la end ■ to 6 o'clock. Ê riontpelier, Idaho u: MONTPELIER LIVERY CO. T. N. STEPHENS, Manager. RIGS, BOARDING HORSES, and in fact do a general Livery business E as Draying to all parts of ike City. Baled Hay always on Land. of nil t. a at ot UNDSAY & JOHANSEN .. ! General Blacksmiths "DAD" BRYAN'S OLD STAND 1 Ho... cu , Horse Shoeing a Specialty All »»*- . « « ^ ork Guaranteed - MONTPELIER Ageuts for ROCK SPRINGS AND CUMBERLAND COALS CHAS. E. HARRIS Attorneys-at-Law Montpelier - - Idaho IDAHO